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False Teachings of Word of Faith Teacher - Kenneth Copeland

  • You don’t have a God in you. You are one!
  • Jesus left our atonement uncompleted on the cross.
  • Jesus was under Satan's control in hell.
  • Jesus died spiritually and had to be born again in hell.
  • Anyone could have done what Jesus did for us.
  • God owes us prosperity.
  • We can become sinless.
  • Adam flew to the moon.
  • God has to beg and plead for us.
  • God is scared and impotent.

Does Scripture say that Christians are destined to be blessed with financial wealth and good health?

The apostles left the Sanhedrin, rejoicing because they had been counted worthy of suffering disgrace for the Name. (Acts 5:41-42)

I want to know Christ and the power of his resurrection and the fellowship of sharing in his sufferings, becoming like him in his death, and so, somehow, to attain to the resurrection from the dead. (Phil. 3:10-11).

For our light and momentary troubles are achieving for us an eternal glory that far outweighs them all. (2 Cor. 4:17-18)

False Teachings of Kenneth Copeland

An article with a video showing how Kenneth Copeland has accepted the Catholic Pope's teachings that Catholics and Charismatics must Spiritually Unite

An article exposing the false teaching of Kenneth Copeland and other Word of Faith Teachers that Chirst had to be perfected while on this earth through death on the cross Christ was Perfect, not Perfected.

Other sites exposing the false teachings of Kenneth Copeland

Dear Saint, Don't Believe What They Say! by Sandy Simpson, of Deception in the Church Ministries is a rebuttal of an article by Kenneth Copeland that appeared in "Believers Voice of Victory" magazine in Oct 1999 re healing, sickness, suffering and exposing Copeland's Word of Faith beliefs as unscriptural and downright heretical.

A plethora of articles exposing the teachings of Kenneth Copeland can be found at the Deception in the Church web site.

Multitudes of articles exposing the false teachings of Word of Faith teachers (including Kenneth Copeland) can be found at The Cross + Word web site, or as some call it--Banner.org.


Kenneth Copeland tells people they are God

Kenneth Copeland and his opinion of Almighty God

Kenneth Copeland thinks Adam was God manifested in the flesh

A Response to Word of Faith Teachers who claim Jesus Died Spiritually: Jesus Did NOT Die Spiritually.

Word of Faith/Charismatic/Pentecostal False Teachings

What Is the Word of Faith Movement?Comparing the WoF teachings with the Word of God.


Sick Healers exposes the false claims of faith-it-and-claim-it healers and their families who have either died or had to undergo serious medical care for their own illnesses that even they couldn't heal. Didn't they have enough faith???

False Prophets, Pseudo Apostles & a New Gospel by M. H. Reynolds exposes the unbiblical teachings, ecumenical false gospel and false use of spiritual gifts of John Wimber, Dr. Peter Wagner, Dr. Jack Deere and other Charistmatics.

Lori Eldridge
© April 2004 - updated 2-27-14

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